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FRJEMlT APR1I( U. m 1
"Sunset and e* enics, star,
And one ci^ar call for tse
And may there be no moanisg
of the bar,
Whea l put oof toaea.
But such a tide as moving
seems asleep, ?,
When that wb&fe;dfresbh
out the boundless deep,
Turns again ho?e," ??
Such was f^e fhHiag; h&lfep of
Mary Etta /-Saffiea^ah^j^^fe of
WMI Parking: the closfe \>d?iche~
heaattfejl; Sabbath day ? April
the ninth. ;. :
After a most useful and beau
tiful life this good wmuaa lps
met ber *nfe? faa? to face" and
left sad: and foaeiy a devoted,
husband, sister, Mrs. R. E. Belch
er, a brother, Mr. J.X Kiacagan^j
and several affeCiionare nieces
and a nephew to whom she has
been a second tnolher.
Having no children of her;
owa her .toother love has .been j
lavished upon ihe clildren of her j
brothers and beTotvn baby sister ]
who was left to her care-in early \
girl-hood. She kjved 4 he beau- i
lifui and more than all else, she]
loved little children sod flowers.
She united wkb the Free Wiit
Baptist church at Marlborough
at the age of fifteen and ?y stain
ed a communicant of thsichafdb
until her death. Her readies"
were tenderly laid to rest fit
Korea! Hill Cemetery Monday
afternoon at four o'clock, funeral
services being conducted by
Rev. O. E Fox, assisted by Rev
J 3.. Rumiey. *
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